Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by baba booey, Dec 6, 2007.
I specifically liked his comment about Lewis at the beginning of the game
when he looked like.."...he was fighting back tears or forcing them out. Who am I to judge.)
That was beautiful.
I agree with him.
Except my article would have been titled:
"Dear ESPN: Ef You!"
ESPN - Leading the sporting world in broadcasts that shrink your game into a ruebics cube while they innundate you with tantelizing water polo free agency news. *
* Side effects of ESPN include uncontrolled vomiting, bleeding from the eyes and ears, chronic fatigue, inexplicable camera angles, bloody stools, sudden resurfacing of shriveled up old pr*cks with an agenda, incessant babbling, dry heaves, bloating, tenderness of the breasts, and prolonged priapism while any team is leading the Patriots.
Right on. That Monday Night broadcast was SHAMELESSLY one sided and rooting against the Patriots the whole night. It sickened me. ESPN looked very amateurish with their total lack of impartiality and Kornheiser should have been fired weeks ago. He adds nothing but hot air to the conversation.
Thank god someone else picked up on that.
I was disgusted how ESPN turned the game into the grieving Ravens against the big mean Patriots. You would have thought the Ravens were the team that lost Taylor the way ESPN presented it.
ESPN had to show something Lewis to start the game, as the Raven's came out as a team, and Ray Ray didn't get a chance to do his epileptic seizure dance routine......
And yes, thanks for noticing that Wilfork was a teammate of Taylors at the U. Didn't they get drafted the same year??? Lewis is what, 8-10 years older, although he did just graduate....
In addition to these points, I was listening to Sal Paolantonio the other day on the radio. He said he was quite amped up to be "part of history" when it appeared that the Ravens had stopped the Patriots on 4th and 1.
Um..haven't a lot of teams lost a game? If you were such a football history nut, wouldn't you be "amped up" for them to win and take this thing to the wire?
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